Newcastle United unveiled their new 2007-2008 home kit last week, and they want to give you the opportunity to live the dream.

By buying the new home shirt you could be playing at St. James' Park on Saturday 12th May 2007 and be managed by either Peter Beardsley or John Beresford in what will be a chance in a lifetime match. Experience the thrill of walking out onto the pitch in one of the most magnificent stadiums in the premiership where previous legends like Alan Shearer, Malcolm Macdonald, Jackie Milburn, Pedro & Bez have all played.

After the Gills fans having their say in a kit vote, option B was the winner of the choice for next season's Gills kit, and it was modelled for the first time by six of the playing squad.

The club also used the event to welcome new sponsors Kent Reliance - whose logo appears on the new shirts made by Vandanel - to the club ahead of the start of their sponsorship deal next season.

Umbro, the biggest British kit manufacturer around will now be responsible for supplying the Tigers with their playing and training kits for the next 3 seasons.

Umbro's Director of Football, Simon Marsh, added: 'It is with great delight that we have now added Hull City to our international portfolio of contracted teams.

'In the past eighteen months we have worked hard to implement our strategy of creating geographical representation within the United Kingdom.

To add Hull City is fantastic news for the brand and it was evident from the outset that both parties had a desire to find a solution and I'm therefore delighted that this was achieved for an initial three year period.


U.S. Soccer and Nike have unveiled a striking new 2007 U.S. Men's National Team Third Jersey in royal blue with white pin-stripes

The USA will wear the impressive new uniform on Sunday against Ecuador in Tampa, Fla., and on March 28 against Guatemala in Frisco, Texas. The royal blue uniform also features royal blue shorts and socks.

The 2007 USA Third Jersey is another example of Nike's worldwide commitment to providing players with garments that are both comfortable and technically advanced. 

Gillingham FC have revealed a choice of three possible kits for next season, whilst also revealing the clubs kit supplier Uhlsport will not continue and will be replaced by a new supplier named Vandnel.

There are a choice of three possible new kits, each will have the colours of the traditional blue for the home kit, then yellow and white for the away kits.

Arsenal came out with the following :

As you may know, there has been a problem with the "Fly Emirates" logo on the 2006/07 home shirt, caused by a fault in the manufacture of certain batches of the logos.

There have been two issues. The first, "delamination", is when the logo actually starts to peel off from the shirt. The second concerns the cracking of the logo.

Although we have been aware of the delamination issue since early August, this was restricted to a single manufacturing batch and as soon as we were aware of the issue we stopped selling the affected shirts. More recently we have become aware of the cracking issue which we are advised only occurs on certain shirts after one or more washings. It was when we became aware of this that we withdrew all home shirts from sale last Friday.



This is the 07/09 Ipswich Town home shirt. only the first 5000 purchased will have the three stars


This is the 2007-2009 Ipswich Town home shirt. Only the first 5,000 purchased will have the three stars. 

The 3 star design was chosen in a kit vote by supporters and is a limited edition. The shirt worn in the Championship by Ipswich will not have any stars as this is against FA rules, which forbid stars from being worn on shirts in domestic competitions. Since Ipswich have not been in European competitions since this new tradition was adopted their shirts will be allowed to contain the stars. 

One can only shudder at the thought of the 10th best dressed footballer given free reign to design a football kit. The image of goldfish swimming in high heels, long sequined shirts, shorts ensconced with rubies and numbers made up from little tiny images of Beckham’s head come to mind. The people at the Football Shirts Hall of Shame better make room for a new addition.Fashion conscious football shirt fans are probably curious what all the cool kids in Asia will be wearing next year. We all know that it will be a David Beckham jersey and we all know that the jersey will belong to the LA Galaxy, but what we don’t know is what that jersey will look like.

The club has decided that it is going to scrap its current kit – a bright spot in an otherwise gloomy world of MLS uniforms – and design a new one with more global appeal.

No, they aren’t going to ask Giorgi Armani for design help. Instead, they are turning to David Beckham himself.

UMBRO, the global football brand and Official Kit and Ball Supplier to The Football Association, has today revealed a brand new collection of England performance products.

The collection features the introduction of UMBRO's new 'Control' technologies used in the England Home Kit, the new England football, and next generation performance footwear, to be worn by England stars John Terry and Michael Owen.

 The new England kit, matchball and boots will go on sale on 6th February 2007.

The new UMBRO England Home Kit and England X Ball II will be on show for the first time when England play Spain in a friendly fixture on Wednesday 7th February.


January 6 2007, Sheffield Wednesday have announced that kit makers Lotto will be supplying the new Owls home and away shirts from the 2007-08 campaign - with fans being asked to vote for their favourite away strip.

The new four-year deal with the kit making giants will bring to an end the current deal with Diadora and will see the improved financial terms benefit the club.

The Owls new home strip will be unveiled in the coming weeks while fans will be able to vote for their favourite away strip design from Monday, with three different options being shown on the official site.

Owls chief executive Kaven Walker told the official site: 'We are very happy to have secured this contract and our partnership with Lotto, which is an excellent deal for the club. We are convinced our fans will like the new home kit and are also pleased to, once more, give the supporters a chance to give their input over the choice of away strip as we have in previous seasons.'


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